In April 2011, CNBC listed Johnson as number 1 on its list of "Most Influential Athletes In Social Media." After graduating from Miami Beach Senior High School in 1997, Johnson attended Langston University but did not play football.
During the first eight weeks of the 2006 season, he only caught two touchdown passes, while only amassing 483 yards.
However, after shaving his Mohawk and changing his mentality, he had a breakout game in a losing effort against the San Diego Chargers.
In 2003, he set a Bengals franchise record by recording 1,355 receiving yards.
In 2004, he caught 95 passes for 9 touchdowns and 1,274 yards, including 117 receiving yards in a 58-48 win against the Cleveland Browns.
He later surpassed his franchise record in 2005, recording 1,432 yards.
He led the AFC in receiving yards for four consecutive seasons, and he made the Pro Bowl five straight times from 2003 to 2007.
“It was easier for him to hide when they lived in separate cities but after Chad was traded to Miami in June his philandering literally got too close to home and he got caught.” PHOTOS: Beautiful Celebs Who Have Been Cheated On Determined not to give the 34-year-old six time Pro Bowler up even after he got married, Amber tweeted a very telling message less than a week after he said “I do,” to Evelyn. “Uh oh just got the text that my bestie Ochocinco is single. However, the busty dancer’s main job is as a stripper at the Gold Rush Showbar in Atlanta, according to our source, which is a fully nude strip club offering dances for just .
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He played college football for both Santa Monica College and Oregon State University, and played eleven seasons in the National Football League (NFL) for the Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots, and the Miami Dolphins.
Johnson finished the 2006 season with 87 receptions for a league leading 1,369 yards and 7 touchdowns.